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1 E xamining the N orth A merican M arket “ W hat is the P otential for F LNG” 2014 Houston Marine Insurance Seminar September 23 rd, 2014 Constantyn Gieskes

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3 Presentation Overview Braemar Engineering LNG 101 North American Gas Market Proposed FLNG Projects Overview Why FLNG? Obstacles to FLNG Projects in North America Conclusions & Questions 3

4 B raemar E ngineering O verview Braemar Engineering is an engineering company specializing for 20+ years in the marine, offshore and land-based gas industries. Part of the Braemar Technical Services Group, supported by a worldwide network of offices with the ability to call on the support of over 400 technical staff of all disciplines. Braemar Technical Services Group is a wholly owned subsidiary of Braemar Shipping Services PLC, a London Stock Exchange (BMS). 4

5 Braemar Technical Services (Engineering), Inc.February 2013 LNG 101

6 What is LNG?  Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) is a clear, colorless, odorless, non-toxic liquid  LNG is natural gas that has been cooled and condensed to a liquid at -162 °Celsius at atmospheric pressure  LNG is less than ½ the weight of water 6

7 LNG Makeup  LNG almost has the same chemical make-up as regular pipeline quality gas that is used residentially ChemicalChemical FormulaLowHigh MethaneCH 4 87%99% EthaneC2H6C2H6 <1%10% PropaneC 3 H 10 <1%5% ButaneC 4 H 10 <0.1%>1% NitrogenN2N2 0.1%1% Other Hydrocarbons VariousTrace  CO 2 & H 2 S both removed prior to liquefaction 7

8 Liquefaction Plant Process Overview Braemar Technical Services (Engineering), Inc.February 2013 Pre-treatment Gas Treating Dehydration & Mercury Removal NGL Removal Liquefaction Storage Fractionation Feed Gas Acid Gas (CO 2 & H 2 S) H 2 0 & Hg Ethane LPG C5+C5+ LNG N2N2

9 Main principle of Liquefaction 9 Condenser Compressor Hot High Pressure Vapor Low Pressure Vapor LiquidCold Liquid + Vapor Evaporator Expansion Valve Cold Air Warm Air Work Heat Rejected to Ambient

10 Why liquefied? Natural gas is liquefied to reduce volume for transportation & storage LNG -162 o C 610 1 10

11 Components of the LNG Supply Chain 11 From the Gas Field to the Consumer’s Pipeline System EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION LIQUEFACTION & STORAGE SHIPPING REGASIFICATION & STORAGE

12 Typical LNG Export Facility Braemar Technical Services (Engineering), Inc.February 2013 Source: Cheniere

13 So what is FLNG? 13 Source: Hoegh LNG

14 Braemar Technical Services (Engineering), Inc.February 2013 Why Export LNG from North America?

15 N orth A merican LNG E xport B oom 15

16 Approved LNG E xport P rojects 16

17 P roposed LNG E xport P rojects 17

18 P roposed FLNG P rojects Site/Project NameLocationCapacityType EOS LNGPort of Brownsville, TX4 MTPANear-shore Port Lavaca - Excelerate FLNGCalhoun County, TX10 MTPANear-shore Delfin LNGOffshore West Cameron, LA13 MTPAOffshore CE FLNG – Cambridge EnergyPlaquemine Parish, LA8 MTPANear-shore Main Pass Energy Hub – United LNGOffshore, Venice, LA24 MTPAOffshore Douglas Channel LNGKitimat, BC1 MTPANear-shore South Texas LNG Export – Pangea LNG Corpus Christi, TX8 MTPANear-shore Texas LNGBrownsville, TX2 MTPANear-shore 18

19 N ear-shore E xample Excelerate – Port Lavaca –Eliminates motion from the equation –Opportunity to have land-based infrastructure to increase FLNG capacity Source: Excelerate Energy 19

20 W hy F loating L NG? Permitting Advantages Construction Schedule, Cost & Labor Pool Conversion Opportunities Site Location Flexibility Plug & Play Opportunity Moveable Asset 20

21 W hy F loating L NG? Permitting Advantages Construction Schedule, Cost & Labor Pool Conversion Opportunities Site Location Flexibility Plug & Play Opportunity Moveable Asset 21

22 P ermitting A dvantages Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) vs United States Maritime Administration (MARAD) –Near-shore vs. offshore difference ~2 miles off the coast is under MARAD’s jurisdiction –MARAD defined timeline vs. indefinite FERC timeline Smaller footprint –Less public opposition –Potential for less environmental impacts 22

23 W hy F loating L NG? Permitting Advantages Schedule, Cost & Labor Pool Conversion Opportunities Site Location Flexibility Plug & Play Opportunity Moveable Asset 23

24 S chedule, C ost & L abor P ool Potential for shortened construction schedules –Fabrication yards vs site stick- built Site location –Weather impacts –Canadian projects are relatively remote  Second-coming of Australian cost escalation?  Work camps required? 24

25 S chedule, C ost & L abor P ool Labor pool uncertainty –Enough labor/talent in Western Canada?  How many projects feasible at one time? –Competition in the Gulf Coast  Includes new chemical plant construction  Over $70 billion in CAPEX forecasted in US downstream sector through 2020 25

26 W hy F loating L NG? Permitting Advantages Construction Schedule, Cost & Labor Pool Conversion Opportunities Site Location Flexibility Plug & Play Opportunity Moveable Asset 26

27 C onversion O pportunities FPSO conversions provide some level of comfort Several concepts out for FLNG conversion opportunities utilizing retiring Moss LNGCs Potential for lower CAPEX and time-to-market advantage Limited liquefaction capacity 27

28 W hy F loating L NG? Permitting Advantages Construction Schedule, Cost & Labor Pool Conversion Opportunities Site Location Flexibility Plug & Play Opportunity Moveable Asset 28

29 S ite L ocation F lexibility Footprint vs. available land space –Douglas Channel (steep terrain – lack of buildable land) Source: Douglas Channel Energy 29

30 W hy F loating L NG? Permitting Advantages Construction Schedule, Cost & Labor Pool Conversion Opportunities Site Location Flexibility Plug & Play Opportunity Moveable Asset 30

31 P lug & P lay O pportunity One-size does fit all? –No, but the project design basis differences are much more minor than typical liquefaction projects –Pipeline quality gas  Less variability than typical liquefaction projects –More opportunity to design a solution that’s flexible enough for several locations 31

32 W hy F loating L NG? Permitting Advantages Construction Schedule, Cost & Labor Pool Conversion Opportunities Site Location Flexibility Plug & Play Opportunity Moveable Asset 32

33 M oveable A sset Once upon a time… 33

34 A L ook B ack… 34

35 M oveable A sset Source: Shell 35

36 O bstacles to F LNG Financing - Cost Uncertainty, Completion Guarantee & Insurance Technical Challenges Cooling Requirements Efficiency vs. Safety General Issues Within North America 36

37 O bstacles to F LNG Financing - Cost Uncertainty, Completion Guarantee & Insurance Technical Challenges Cooling Requirements Efficiency vs. Safety General Issues Within North America 37

38 Financing FLNGs are relatively unproven –Only a few in construction and no existing FLNG’s in operation  CAPEX/OPEX uncertainty Limited market capacity for risk –Unless a Major (ie. Shell, ExxonMobil, etc.) that can self-insure Completion guarantee complexity –Hull, Topsides, Turret, Commissioning  Consortium may be required Weather impact on insurance –Hurricanes 38

39 O bstacles to F LNG Financing - Cost Uncertainty, Completion Guarantee & Insurance Technical Challenges Cooling Requirements Efficiency vs. Safety General Issues Within North America 39

40 T echnical Challenges LNG storage capacity limits Motions (offshore) –Impact to process & unloading operations  Pre-treatment is most sensitive to motion  Loading windows 40

41 O bstacles to F LNG Financing - Cost Uncertainty, Completion Guarantee & Insurance Technical Challenges Cooling Requirements Efficiency vs. Safety General Issues Within North America 41

42 C ooling R equirements Environmental permitting requirements in North America are unlikely to allow for open- loop water-cooling systems –Alternative options include air- cooling, closed loop water-cooling, cooling towers Space requirements of air cooling are significant –Need to avoid re-circulation –Efficiency losses 42

43 O bstacles to F LNG Financing - Cost Uncertainty, Completion Guarantee & Insurance Technical Challenges Cooling Requirements Efficiency vs. Safety General Issues Within North America 43

44 Efficiency vs. Safety Liquefaction process selection –Efficiency at the cost of safety?  Flammable refrigerants present greater risks –Safety gap requirements  Eats up valuable deck space –Incoming gas has a known present value 44

45 O bstacles to F LNG Financing - Cost Uncertainty, Completion Guarantee & Insurance Technical Challenges Cooling Requirements Efficiency vs. Safety General Issues 45

46 G eneral I ssues Pipeline Projects –Western Canada projects all face pipeline challenges Panama Canal Expansion –Uncertainties in transit fees and completion dates Competition –Limited appetite for LNG export projects? Long-term Henry Hub pricing –Impacts of domestic gas uses increasing 46

47 L ooking F orward All of the following could lead to a succession of other FLNG off-shore projects proposed in North America –Long FERC delays –Labor costs escalate –FLNGs become more common with proven costs and schedules  Reduced risk will lead to more favorable financial environment 47

48 Thank You & Questions? 48 Braemar Engineering 2800 North Loop West, Suite 900 Houston, TX 77092 USA Constantyn Gieskes Phone713 820 9600 E-mailconstantyn.gieskes@braemar.com Websitewww.braemar.com


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